Lynda E. Rucker has sold short stories to various magazines and anthologies including F&SF, Black Static, Nightmare, Postscripts, Supernatural Tales, Best New Horror, The Best Horror of the Year, and The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror. She is a regular columnist for Black Static. She won the 2015 Shirley Jackson Award for Best Short Story. Her fiction is collected in The Moon Will Look Strange (2013), and You’ll Know When You Get There (2016). In 2018, she edited the anthology Uncertainties III. She currently lives in Berlin.